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For one of the UK's leading science universities, flexibility is the key to Aperio® from ASSA ABLOY. After upgrading security at the Manor Park Campus with an access control system using Aperio® wireless lock technology, the University of Surrey immediately looked to roll the technology out to more sites. “The installation of Aperio® has proven hugely popular and we are already extending their use to student accommodation and looking at ways to install the solution across the main University,” says Alan Donnachie, Deputy Director of Estates and Facilities at the University of Surrey. Secure and monitor site access The university's cost-effective wireless Aperio® solution now allows campus facilities managers to secure and monitor access at the site, conduct real-time audits, and update access permissions instantly. Andrew Bowes, Director of ASSA ABLOY's installation partner WOT Security, said: “The great benefit of working with Aperio® is its flexibility to adapt to any situation and seamlessly integrate into the ARX access control system and other systems, to enable a wire-free deployment, without the need to modify the doors.” Available on the global market place, ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio® Technology enables a wide range of access control providers to cost-effectively integrate non-wired doors with mechanical locks into access control systems. Recently ranked by the Guardian newspaper among the UK's top 10 universities, the University of Surrey houses 18,000 students and 3,000 staff across campuses in Guildford, south-east England. For further information, please go to: www.assaabloy.co.uk/aperiowirelesslocks
Ahoy Rotterdam offers a stage for live communication, business and entertainment. With its unique combination of the Arena (for up to 15.000 visitors) a Congress & Meeting Centre and six Exhibition & Event halls. A team of 250 employees, partners and preferred suppliers want to enrich people's day or life: with a fine feeling, a wonderful memory, an inspiring idea, a business opportunity or maybe even a new friendship! Ahoy strives to create such a memorable experience for you. Harro van Est, Manager Facility Services, says: "The intelligent Aperio™ technology was chosen to create a wireless connection with the existing access control system, without requiring any modification to the existing doors." What was the challenge? With hundreds of events every year and thousands of people every day, Ahoy was looking for a secure and flexible locking system with maximum manageability. The present mechanical locking system was no longer 'watertight' due to the loss of keys. The solution also had to adapt to the existing access control system from Nedap. How did Aperio™ meet the requests? Registration, authorisation and security. Ahoy had a number of requirements for its new locking system. Around 150 doors in the Arena and the Plaza were equipped with Assa Abloy Aperio™. Aperio™ made a simple security upgrade possible. Customer installation costs were limited by only minimal modifications to the existing doors and by making use of the existing card readers. It is now possible to exactly see who was the last person to be in a room and manage access rights for each door. With the easy to expand with Aperio™ wireless lock technology, Ahoy is well prepared for the future. About Aperio™ The HID Genuine certified Aperio™ technology from ASSA ABLOY is manufacturer-independent and closes the gap between wired access control doors and wireless doors with mechanical security technology.
A modern hospital demands flexible, modern, secure access control, around the clock and 365 days a year. At Ghent’s new Hospital Maria Middelares, ASSA ABLOY delivered just that. Aperio® wireless locks now protect patients and confidential patient data, as well as medicines and other valuable hospital equipment. Securing doors with Aperio® wireless locks: Hospital Maria Middelares is a vital part of the health infrastructure in Belgium’s second largest city and must remain reliably in operation and secure 24/7, 365 days a year. Its new Aperio® installation ensures the hospital has a wireless access control system that can be extended whenever needed. The deployment is 100 percent wireless, maintaining building aesthetics. Staff at Hospital Maria Middelares now have a user-friendly smart card system for opening doors and accessing other secure areas, fitted with standard MIFARE RFID technology. In partnership with Nedap, around 700 doors in the first new hospital building have been fitted with wireless Aperio® Offline locks connected to the Nedap access control system. Aperio® Offline integration supports both the Aperio® “data on card” model and the Standard Offline Access Application (SOAA), an open standard developed by ASSA ABLOY and other industry leaders. “Very important for the success of this project was the seamless integration between the Nedap access control system and Aperio® as well as cooperation with the local system integrator,” says Piet Van Den Bossche, Business Unit Manager Access Control at ASSA ABLOY Belgium. About Aperio®: Available on the global market place, ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio® Technology enables a wide range of access control providers to cost-effectively integrate non-wired doors with mechanical locks into access control systems. About Hospital Maria Middelares: The Hospital Maria Middelares is currently spread over two sites, in Ghent and Gentbrugge. A major infrastructure project is under way to replace these with one new complex, in Ghent, where it will play a vital role in health provision to Belgium’s second city. EGM Architects developed the project in cooperation with Belgian partner LLOX. The first building at the new facility opened in March 2014.
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